Pros and cons of Toronto.
A bonus post for you on this fine Tuesday night!
The people are very friendly.
The subway is smart and spacious.
The accent is softer and easier to understand.
There are loads of really cool quirky things to discover.
Most things are spelt correctly (colour has a ‘u’)
The metric system is the standard.
They have $1 and $2 coins.
Loads of quality free papers.
I haven’t seen a single obese person yet. Especially not the type that have single legs wider than my torso that make you physically ill just to look at.
Subway is really not very comprehensive. (There is only really two lines.)
All public transport is slow.
Public transport is CONSTANTLY going out of service and abandoning people.
Immigration can’t spell my name.
I have no idea what a km is.
Too many places only take cash.
Sales tax isn’t added on til it’s put through the till.
There is no free banking and ATMs are only free if it belongs to your bank.
Chips = crisps, queue = line and a subway is an underground train not an underpass.
Their trousers are all made for really tall people. Either that or everyone who is my size has bought up all the 30″ leg trousers.
Fish and chips are 4 times more expensive than in the UK.
Posted on Tuesday, 18 October, 2011, in Living in Canada and tagged canada, moving, to, Toronto, Travel. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.